quote by Carrie Fisher

I was street smart, but unfortunately the street was Rodeo Drive.

— Carrie Fisher

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Rodeo drive quote Straight roads do not make skillful drivers

Straight roads do not make skillful drivers

There are literally billions of people on the planet who live in an unimaginable poverty that's not in any way different from the plight of the people in Orchid. And you can't have the splendor of Rodeo Drive without the sweatshops of Indonesia; those two things go hand in hand.

I thought she was going to win it, she just got out-bobbed at the wire.

Rodeo drive quote A critic is someone who knows the way but can't drive the car.

A critic is someone who knows the way but can't drive the car.

A perfect ride. I fell a bit behind on the slow pace, but everything's good. It's real good. Yes, he ran the race we wanted him to run.

I had so much horse I knew I could wait until something opened up.

I was in a good position and could see where the holes were going to open up and she was really on her game today. When I rode her last time, she did the same thing and when I asked her, she was ready. I'm very thankful to Juddmonte and to Bill Mott to have me on her again.

I guess like most people I'm a bargain-hunter.

I love a bargain. I found out there's two prices on everything. There's the Rodeo Drive price and there's the same merchandise down the street.

Rodeo drive quote Writing is like driving a car at night. You can only see as far as the headlight

Writing is like driving a car at night. You can only see as far as the headlights, but you make the whole trip that way.

You know it's important to have a Jeep in Los Angeles.

That front wheel drive is crucial when it starts to snow on Rodeo Drive.

Rodeo Drive is a giant butterscotch sundae.

Honestly, musicals? I just can't. What if this was real life and I was just walking down the street on Rodeo Drive and all of a sudden I just burst into song about how much I love shoes?

Rodeo drive quote Energy is the power that drives every human being. It is not lost by exertion, b

Energy is the power that drives every human being. It is not lost by exertion, but maintained by it.

I think that no matter what you do, whether you rodeo, whether you work in an office, you work in the oilfield or you play music for a living, eventually if you do enough of it, the devil in the back of your head tries to turn it into work. You have to find new ways to make it new and make it exciting to keep that drive there.

When the riots happened in L.A., they didn't go to Beverly Hills to trash Rodeo Drive. They trashed their own neighborhoods. It's one of those tragedies that we always see in riot situations, where the only thing that they can lash out against is the stuff that's right there in their own communities. They destroy the very things that help them survive in their own community. There is a level of futility in that.

California belongs to Joan Didion. Not the California where everyone wears aviator sunglasses, owns a Jacuzzi and buys his clothes on Rodeo Drive. But California in the sense of the West. The old West where Manifest Destiny was an almost palpable notion that was somehow tied to the land and the climate and one's own family-an unspoken belief that was passed down to children in stories and sayings.

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